The Beauty

Your parents are Lenient with you
Since you’re the middle child, its not your parents first rodeo, this means that they have been there and done that with your older sibling/s. Middle children don’t have to deal with the anxiety of first-time parents. Usually, the older sibling/s has to wait a long time for a cell phone, or later curfew, but with you, they will most likely get you a cell phone at a younger age, and let you push a few curfew buttons. Since you’re not the baby, they don’t have a fear of you “growing up to fast”. You make great relationships With anybody no matter what age. The middle children have the ability to connect with each sibling no matter the difference in age. This helps us out in real life, because we know how to change diapers, and correctly talk to younger children, but we also know how to hold intellectual conversations due to our experience with older siblings. You tend to be so much more independent. You don’t like when people try to influence your decisions, especially your older siblings, you try to create your own path and stand out. We are not the leader of the pack nor a follower, so we tend to play by our own rules. We are so powerful. Did you know that over 52% of our presidents have been middle children as well as other famous and powerful people such as Bill Gates, Jennifer Lopez, Brittney Spears, Madonna and Martin Luther King Jr……and, we have a mini butlr…. If you are a middle child, and you say you’ve never come up with a scheme to get your younger sibling to do something for you, like saying, “ill time you” when you ask them to get you a drink, you are 100% lying. Just saying🤷🐸☕

But wait there’s more

It seems as if there is so much when it comes to being the middle child. You see, The oldest children are bossy, the youngest children are babied, and then there’s me, the middle child. Growing up in a family of 5 kids; two older siblings and two younger siblings, life has been anything but boring. From being compared to my older siblings, to sharing almost everything I own with my youngest sibling, being the middle child has taught me a lot. I often hear jokes about having the “middle child syndrome” and the “common middle child traits”, but I consider myself having just the best of those traits. I have learned how to stand out, how to be competitive, and how to be independent. I wouldn’t have the skills and perks I have today without being the middle child.

This is only the beginning…

Hi……

I’m here to talk about great adventures of being number 3/5. Yes stuck in the middle. Life is great there are lots of ups and downs, turns, lefts and rights. Where are you as a middle child when it comes to left and rights… Nowhere else but the middle. Have you ever heard of the youngest child’s curse or the oldest child syndrome …no because there’s not any of those…let’s see you thought you were cool until there were more after you and now no one seems to notice your EXISTANCE! Hey it’s okay, did you know studies prove that middle children grow up to be more skillfull manipulators, successful leaders, Cooperative problem solvers because they aren’t used to getting their way. They’re usually more patient, adventurous, and more open to ideas. Middle children are more flexible, easy-going, social, independent, peacemakers, secrative,usually feel like life is unfair, strong negotiators, and Generous. I mean we technically keep the family from falling apart.🤷☕

Outstanding isn’t it.